Spring 2017 Featured Ethnographic Film Maker: Paloma Yáñez Serrano
Nosso Morro (Our Mountain)
This film is about teaching visual methods and doing collaborative visual ethnography with young people from Rocinha, the largest favela and Gávea the wealthiest neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Paloma provides reflections on Nosso Morro and its implications for teaching anthropology here:
City Play shows the process of collaboration with Egyptian children to represent play in post-revolutionary Egypt, featuring a civic education project, Mini Medina where children build a play-city exploring identity, citizenship and interpretations of labour as a form of interactive anthropology for younger audiences.
Paloma provides reflections on City Play and its implications for teaching anthropology here: